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Commercial Guarding Assurance Co-ordinator 

Full-time, based in London

As a Commercial Guarding Assurance Co-ordinator, your primary focus will be to visit schools, synagogues and sensitive locations on a daily basis to conduct quality assurance checks on the guards making sure they are carrying out their duties correctly. You will take the initiative to highlight any concerns you have with the quality of guarding and feedback to the CST Regional Department. You will then make sure that the concerns you have highlighted are followed up and have been dealt with at your next visit.

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Closing date for applications: 31 July 2019, but may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found.

Northern Regional Department Security Co-ordinator 

Full-time, flexible working due to evening and weekend work, based in Manchester

The primary focus of the role will be to work with a variety of location representatives in your allocated areas to review location security procedures and their buildings’ physical security measures. You will be required to provide feedback to your Line Manager and the locations with the findings of your review, while supporting them with making the necessary improvements. You will be supported by colleagues in the Northern Regional Security Department in order to deliver the various elements of procedural and physical security improvement. This role will require you to work evenings and weekends as part of a flexible working week. While security knowledge is desirable it is not essential; extensive training will be provided.

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Closing date for applications: 28 June 2019, but may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found.  

Fundraising Executive - Extended deadline

Full time, based in Manchester

Raising money for one of the community’s most high-profile and respected organisations is a privilege. Our focus is strongly oriented towards major donors and covers the entire UK. The role will play a strategic role in the achievement of the organisation’s fundraising goals. The successful candidate will work collaboratively with key internal colleagues in addition to external contacts including donors, prospects, lay leaders and suppliers.

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Closing date for applications: 28 June 2019, but may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found. 

Fundraising Executive (with an events focus) - Extended deadline

Full-time maternity cover, based in London, 12-month contract

This is an opportunity to raise money for one of the community’s most high-profile and respected organisations. CST does not charge for any of its vital services and depends almost entirely upon charitable donations to cover its costs. Our fundraising focus is strongly orientated towards major donors and covers the entire UK. The successful applicant will report to the Director of Fundraising and play a strategic role in the achievement of the organisation’s fundraising goals. You will work collaboratively with key internal colleagues in addition to external contacts including donors, prospects, lay-leaders and suppliers.

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Closing date for applications: 28 June 2019, but may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found.

Fundraising Administrator - Extended deadline

Full-time maternity cover, based in London, 12-month contract

Ours is a busy fundraising department responsible for producing the income to cover this organisation’s costs. The work covers the entire UK and is strongly orientated towards major donors. Many of these are prominent members of our community who expect and deserve the highest level of customer service. As a fundraising administrator, you will play a pivotal role in the achievement of the department’s fundraising goals. You will work collaboratively with key internal colleagues in addition to external contacts including donors, lay-leaders and suppliers.

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Closing date for applications: 28 June 2019, but may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found.

Social Media Case Worker

Full-time, based in London

As Social Media Case Worker, you will be part of CST’s Antisemitic Incidents Department that provides frontline support for victims and witnesses of antisemitism who report incidents to CST. Your primary focus will be antisemitic incidents that occur on social media. You will have responsibility for receiving reports of incidents, gathering evidence, recording social media incident data and reporting to social media companies and the Police. In the role you will also support the wider work of CST’s antisemitic incidents department by helping to take reports of offline antisemitic incidents, answering phone calls from victims and reporters of antisemitic incidents.

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Closing date for applications: 31 May 2019, but may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found.

   


Volunteer opportunities

CST Security Volunteer

Would you like to learn new skills, get fit, defend yourself and contribute to protecting the community?

To apply to become a CST volunteer security officer, please complete our online application form here.

Please give two referees who are current members of CST, who have known you for over 5 years. Alternatively please give two references from professional members of the community who have known you for over 5 years (Rabbi, Lawyer, Accountant etc).

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“CST is an inspiration for all those working to counter hate incidents and crimes... We have been able to move forward knowing that we have colleagues, friends and allies who are working against hate and prejudice with us.”

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